The U.S. African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)
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- The Case Against the Africa Growth and
Opportunity Act [H.R. 1432]
- From the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars, 8
March 1998. The new Africa Growth and Opportunity Act
(AGOA) does not represent a step forward in US-African
relations, and many Africans agree.
- Africa Growth and Opportunity Act Passes
- Association of Concerned Africa Scholars Briefing Paper,
19 July 1999. Efforts to Oppose Economic Conditionality
Defeated; Opponents Focus on Senate. The AGOA law would
link new trade preferences for Africa to structural
adjustment reforms and IMF style conditionalities.